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MESSAGE from the PRESIDENT/CEO It’s About People There is a lot of interest from others who have heard about what Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey does and want to learn more. In describing LSM/NJ, I could talk about the number of different programs, how many locations, or the size of our budget. But that would not tell them who we are. Who we really are is our people, the people we serve and the ever-growing number of people who work at LSM/NJ. LSM/NJ is the sum total of all the people who are part of LSM/NJ and, very importantly, how they understand and believe in our mission. Last summer, as part of our strategy planning process, all of our management staff took part in a survey that asked about our current strategy and where we are headed for the future. What impressed me most in the forty or so responses was that nearly everyone expressed a deep commitment to our mission statement. They see this sense of mission as what drives us and what will bring us into the future. When we have orientation sessions at our central office, my favorite part of it is when I get the opportunity to talk to our new employees about our mission and identity. These new employees are the ones who create the future of LSM/NJ. Some of the topics of my discussion are questions about how they discovered LSM/NJ and what they have learned since they became an employee. Here too, I am impressed that our constituents have quickly learned that we are different because of our sense of mission. It is exciting to them to be part of a cause that is bigger than any one of us. Those who have experienced LSM/NJ’s various programs have had their lives changed, in part, because of the mission of who we are. This year’s Report to the Community captures just a few stories of the people who have been part of our history and who will be part of the future of LSM/NJ. “Things we have heard and known, things our fathers have told us, we will not hide them from their children; we will tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord.” Psalm 78:3,4 With warm regards,

Jerry Nugent, President & CEO

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WHO IS LUTHERAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES OF NEW JERSEY? MISSION STATEMENT: Through the power of the Holy Spirit, and in response to God’s love as revealed in the Gospel, the mission of Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey is to serve those in New Jersey who hurt, who are in need, or who have limited choices. REACHING OUT: Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey is a social ministry organization that has cared for those who hurt, who are in need or who have limited choices for more than a century. Driven by our mission, our employees provide assistance and care to thousands of people and some of New Jersey’s most disadvantaged children, indigent families and seniors, as well as the hungry and homeless. As society’s needs change, we respond. Our purpose is to provide hospitality, healing and hope to those who need it most. God has called upon us to serve others with respect and dignity, and to help inspire a sense of self-worth so that they can go forth and spread the Gospel to others. We gratefully acknowledge the support of individuals, organizations and congregations who partner with us, as well as provide us with funding and their volunteerism, so that we can successfully continue our mission and serve those in need. RELATIONSHIP: Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey is an affiliated agency of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod and The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. GOVERNANCE: Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey is governed by a Board of Trustees including representatives from the clergy, churches, business and other sectors of the community throughout New Jersey. The Central Administrative Office is located in Burlington, New Jersey.

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PEOPLE SERVED: In 2010, Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey served 5,006 people through a diversified social ministry program addressing many critical human care needs in New Jersey. Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey services are open to all, regardless of religious affiliation or background. • Community Outreach Services - served 2,489 - Adoption - counseled 13 birthparents; conducted 33 searches to reunite adoptees with their birth families; and facilitated 19 adoptions. - Immigration and Refugee Program - resettled 115 refugees; provided English-as-a-Second-Language courses to 65 clients; and provided legal services and immigration representation to 693 immigrants. - New Visions Homeless Day Shelter in Camden provided breakfast and lunch to approximately 175 people a day and provided them with access to shower and laundry facilities, a food pantry, a clothing closet, mail services, and assistance with finding jobs. - Since its inception in 2009, Lutherans Feeding Friends has awarded grant funding to 34 food panties across the state to replenish their shelves and/or purchase equipment for food storage. • • • • • •

Community Residential Services - served 68 Special Needs Housing - served 128 Affordable Family Housing - served 425 Affordable Senior Housing - served 588 Senior Healthcare - served 645 Continuing Care Retirement Community - served 678

STAFF: Over 800 dedicated professionals are proud to work for Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey throughout the state.


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OUR PROGRAMS INCLUDE: COMMUNITY OUTREACH SERVICES: • Adoption Program - (Statewide) Serves birthparents, adoptees and adoptive parents. • Assisted Living Program - (Trenton) Personal care services within Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey housing. • Community Partnering - (Statewide) Partnerships with individual congregations to provide community outreach services. • Immigration & Refugee Services - (Statewide) Immigration services, refugee resettlement and employment support, and English-as-a-Second-Language program. • Lutheran Disaster Response - (Statewide) coordinating agency responsible for assessing and enabling the Lutheran Church’s unified disaster response in New Jersey. The Church’s disaster response is a cooperative ministry supported by the ELCA’s Domestic Disaster Regional Fund and the LC-MS World Relief Fund. • Lutheran Senior LIFE - (Jersey City) Providing and coordinating home and health care services for the elderly. • New Visions Homeless Day Shelter - (Camden) Facility provides Camden's homeless population access to breakfast and lunch, shower and laundry facilities, a food pantry, a clothing closet, mail services, and assistance with finding jobs. • Lutherans Feeding Friends - (Statewide) Providing emergency funds to replenish the shelves of Lutheran food pantries across NJ. • Speakers Bureau - (Statewide) Our staff is available to provide presentations to your congregation or organization.

SPECIAL NEEDS HOUSING: Combining compassion with common sense, Lutheran Social Ministries seeks ways to provide affordable housing to those with special needs in our communities. • Luther Haven - (Asbury Park) Serves 9 residents with mental health needs. • Project Home - (Jersey City) Transitional housing for 18 families. • Stepping Stones Commons - (Trenton) Single room housing for 64 individuals with multiple needs. HOUSING DEVELOPMENT: • Housing Development- (Statewide) Pursue housing development opportunities within the State of New Jersey.

COMMUNITY RESIDENTIAL SERVICES: Services for those with disabilities and special needs • Lutheran Home for Children - (Jersey City) Emergency shelter serves 8 youth in crisis. • Community Residences - Serves developmentally disabled women at Piscataway Community Residence (Piscataway) and Sayreville Community Residence (Sayreville).

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PROGRAMS CONTINUED: COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT • Lutheran Social Ministries of Camden - (Camden) 89 townhomes AFFORDABLE FAMILY HOUSING • Cadwalader Apartments - (Trenton) 21 rehabilitated apartments • Chestnut-Monmouth - (Trenton) 13 apartments* • Circle F Senior Apartments - (Trenton) 69 apartments • Elwood Driver Townhouses - (Trenton) 19 townhomes • Mott Centre Street Apartments - (Trenton) 22 apartments • Peapack- Gladstone Family Housing - (Peapack) 20 townhomes • West Hanover Street Apartments - (Trenton) 17 apartments AFFORDABLE SENIOR HOUSING • Birchwood at Old Bridge - (Old Bridge) 88 apartments • Lutheran Senior Residence at Pennsauken - (Pennsauken) 70 apartments • Mirota Senior Residence - (Whitehouse Station) 60 apartments • Mount Olive Manor I & II - (Flanders) 110 apartments • Roosevelt Solar Village - (Roosevelt) 20 units* • South Plainfield Senior Residence - (South Plainfield) 100 apartments • Zurbrugg Mansion - (Delanco Township) 27 units* * Professionally managed by Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey SENIOR HEALTHCARE • Lutheran Care at Moorestown - (Moorestown) 201 Skilled Nursing Beds which include: 30 Subacute Beds, 12 Residential Health Care Beds, 46 Assisted Living Beds. CONTINUING CARE RETIREMENT COMMUNITY • Crane’s Mill - (West Caldwell) 282 Independent Living Apartments and Cottages, 48 Assisted Living Beds, 18 Memory Support Beds, and 66 Skilled Nursing Beds

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PISCATAWAY AND SAYREVILLE COMMUNITY RESIDENCES: Women Find Hospitality, Hope and Family Piscataway Community Residence has been home to Joyce Mayers and three other developmentally disabled women since 1985. An additional three women moved in more recently, bringing the total number of residents in the group home to seven. Though all the women are developmentally disabled, one holds a job in the community. The other six participate every day in activities designed to improve their skills and build in each a strong sense of self worth. The four women who live in Sayreville are more profoundly disabled than those in Piscataway. Each, however, with her own poignant history, has established a sense of place, and found a loving community in this warm and welcoming home. “Every woman in our care,” says Coordinator, Maria Mancuso, “is an extension of our own families. They are all in our hearts, and we know by the way their eyes light up when they see us, we are also in theirs.” Both Piscataway and Sayreville are unique and nurturing communities in which developmentally disabled women can fully and meaningfully participate in all dimensions of life. Both homes are safe and highly social, with families and friends invited to visit often. Overall, the women who live in the homes enjoy deep friendships and the support of caring staff. Robert Mayers, Joyce Mayers’ brother, says moving his sister into the Piscataway Community Residence was “one of the greatest things that ever happened in Joyce’s life. I can’t say enough for it. She’s very well taken care of medically and physically, and

she has improved there. She’s always in a great frame of mind. Over the years, she’s had many loving relationships with staff people who have sincerely cared about her and treated her with compassion and dignity.” Gwen Caracter, one of a dozen direct care aides who work in Piscataway, spends every weekday with Joyce and the other women who live there. “We all have a special bond,” she says, “and over the weekend, I miss them so much.” One of Caracter’s favorite activities each year is an overnight trip to the Sight & Sound Theatre in Lancaster. “We’re like one big family on vacation,” she says. “This is very different from the way life used to be for women with disabilities,” Mancuso explains. “Most were kept hidden and either institutionalized or cared for at home, but now, the women who live in the Piscataway and Sayreville Community Residences have found peace in their souls. LSM/NJ’s vision, along with the care and dedication of the staff and the women’s families, have created these rare and special places where lasting friendships develop. We share in each others’ happiness and sorrow. We invigorate each other.” Caracter says now, her life is with these women, who teach her something new every day. “As long as I’m on this earth,” she says, “this is where I want to work. All of us are learning and growing and thriving together, and I can tell you, I’m getting more than I’m giving.”

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AFFORDABLE SENIOR HOUSING: Residents Offer Help and Hospitality When Carole Romano moved into Mt. Olive Manor, she brought with her a long history of caring for people. “I grew up in a family of doctors,” she explains, “and spent years caring for terminally ill cancer patients. Helping people was born in me. I’ve always been like that.” Now, Romano voluntarily assists her neighbors, an activity both familiar and important to her. “If someone needs me,” she says, “I’m there for them.” In fact, Romano’s nursing skills are so well known in Flanders, the local police and paramedics know her by name. So do the families of other Mt. Olive Manor residents, who often ask for her help in looking after their loved ones. What LSM/NJ has come to realize is that many of its residents across the state take pride in their housing community and provide hospitality to their neighbors because they value the environment they live in. Many, like Carole, feel a sense of ownership within their building and view their neighbors as members of their family. Romano is just one of many residents who make others feel welcome and at home. Mary Baker, a resident of Mirota Senior Residence, is another. Like Romano, Baker has used the skills she developed at work – as a supervisor for National Cash Register -- to develop fast friendships with her neighbors. “I’ve always worked with people,” she says, noting that it is the people who make a community feel like home.

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Not only has Baker been instrumental in bringing Mirota residents together to socialize every day, she also does what she can to help those in need. “I’ve made a lot of good friends here,” she says, “and I’m really going to miss everyone.” Sadly, Baker is moving out of Mirota in order to help her daughter. “If I have the chance,” she says, “I’m definitely moving back.” William Brown, who has lived at Circle F Senior Apartments for more than a decade, says he will never leave his home. “I love the atmosphere of this building, and everybody here is a friend. It’s a good place to live. In fact,” he adds with a laugh, “ I joke with my kids that, when I finally do leave, it’ll be feet first.” For roughly eight years, Brown has voluntarily assisted to sit at Circle F’s front desk each night, admitting visitors and welcoming all who walk through the door. The rest of the day and night, he strolls at regular intervals through the building’s hallways, looking for anything out of the ordinary. With him, he tows a portable oxygen canister, his legacy from years of work in the steel mills. “It feels as though this whole building is my home,” says Brown, “and I protect it like it is.” His payment, he says, is the gratitude of others. “When people tell me they appreciate what I do, that means more to me than money. It’s not about the service. It’s all about the people.”


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LSMNJ’S NEW VISIONS HOMELESS DAY SHELTER: Helping The Homeless Find Hope Not long ago, Camden native, Kevin Cooper, found a Bible on the ground. He was walking home from Sacramento Loaves and Fishes, an organization that offers survival services to the homeless, where he had just helped cook lunch for 600 hungry guests. He opened the Bible to Ephesians 6:16: In all circumstances, take up the shield of faith with which you can extinguish all the flaming darts of the evil one. “Isn’t that something,” Cooper laughed. “I felt like that Bible was talking to me, reminding me to keep busy and keep my eyes on God.” Like the people he helps every day, Cooper knows how it feels to be homeless. At the age of 48, with a history of unemployment, drug abuse and homelessness, he turned for help to New Visions Homeless Day Shelter in Camden. It was there, he says, where he first “experienced a passion for people going through the trials and tribulations of life. So many of them had given up, and I realized that was not what I wanted to do. The people at New Visions cared so much about me. They lifted me up and encouraged me. They made me feel like I’m worth something.” Since he first walked through the doors of New Visions, Cooper says his eyes have seen things he never thought he would see, and his feet have gone places he never thought he would go. “My life is beautiful now,” he adds. Among the many positive changes he has experienced, Cooper has reunited with his father, a retired veteran and executive chef, from whom he had been estranged since birth. Cooper gives particular credit to Kevin Moran, Executive Director of New Visions, for helping to change his life. It was Moran who first noticed Cooper’s skill in the kitchen, and recommended him for the Culinary Arts Training Institute, run by Cathedral

Kitchen in Camden. Now a graduate of the program, Cooper says, “my heart is in the kitchen. Cooking is my favorite way to get in touch with people.” In addition to meeting the basic needs of guests, including children, New Visions strives to cultivate in them feelings of dignity and worth. “We try to build individual relationships,” Moran explains. “We talk about their lives, and their interests and goals. We had 45,282 people come through here in 2010, and so many of them had lost their capacity to dream. We work hard to instill in them all a sense of belonging and community.” New Visions offers guests breakfast and lunch, shower and laundry facilities, a food pantry, clothing closet, mail services, and employment assistance. “These different services,” says Geano, a frequent visitor there, “give me hope.” Ronald, another guest, agrees. “They do positive things for us, like giving us information about housing, helping us write resumes, and engaging us in conversations.” Though Moran admits that success is hard to measure, his wish is that guests at New Visions at least hope for better lives. “There are so many people here who care, so many small acts of kindness. We have seen many people move from a state of homelessness to a place of dignity, a place of worth, and a place of allowing themselves to get back on their feet. We try to help guests believe they can change by surrounding them with a positive support system. We encourage them to follow their dreams and help them get their lives back on track. The bottom line is, if no one had helped Kevin Cooper, he would not be where he is today.”

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CHARITABLE DONATIONS & FINANCIAL DATA Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey Years Ended December 31, 2010. 2010 OPERATING REVENUES & CONTRIBUTIONS

2010 WE RECEIVED OPERATING REVENUES AND CONTRIBUTIONS FROM: Total (before reduction shown below) Private Pay Government: Medicaid, Medicare HUD Charitable Contributions, Trusts, Bequests and Grants OUR GROSS REVENUES WERE REDUCED BY: Contractual Allowances, primarily when the cost of services exceeds the payment from Medicaid and Medicare services

Private Pay

$54,934,114 31,871,782 20,150,506 2,911,826

Government: Medicaid, Medicare HUD Charitable Contributions, Trusts, Bequests and Grants

(4,887,593) 2010 OPERATING EXPENSES

Charity Care of residents unable to afford services WE HAD OPERATING EXPENSES OF: Total Salaries and Employees Benefits Utilities, Supplies, Insurance, Services, etc. Depreciation and Amortization Interest Expense

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$52,238,894 22,220,355 21,368,828 5,642,552 3,007,159

NOTE: THE ABOVE SCHEDULE WAS PREPARED FROM INTERNAL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS & WAS NOT AUDITED.

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Salaries and Employees Benefits Utilities, Supplies, Insurance, Services, etc. Depreciation and Amortization Interest Expense


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FOUNDATION of New Jersey

THE LUTHERAN FOUNDATION OF NEW JERSEY

2010 proved to be a financially successful year for the fund development department at LSM/NJ and the Lutheran Foundation of New Jersey. Collectively, they raised more than $1.4 million through philanthropic donations, event sponsorships and grant funding to assist and support LSM/NJ's various programs and services. The funds raised are supporting areas of need including hunger and homelessness, as well as the Good Samaritan Fund, which covers healthcare costs for seniors at Lutheran Care at Moorestown and Crane’s Mill Continuing Care Retirement Community who can no longer afford to pay for their own healthcare expenses. The 2nd Annual Food For Sharing event was held in November, and once again gathered advocates from organizations, corporations and congregations across the state to end hunger and homelessness in New Jersey. The evening was filled with great food, great company and stories of hope and healing. Proceeds from this event went directly to two LSM/NJ programs, Lutherans Feeding Friends and New Visions Homeless Day Shelter. For the first time, The Lutheran Foundation of New Jersey hosted a concert in July featuring Philadelphia-based Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist, Jeffrey Gaines. Through his soulful lyrics, Jeffrey helped shed light on the hundreds of homeless men, women and children living on the streets of Camden. He helped us raise awareness within the surrounding communities, in the hope that others will embrace the cause and help support LSM/NJ’s program, New Visions Homeless Day Shelter in Camden. Lutherans Feeding Friends, a grant-based program that provides emergency funds to Lutheran food pantries across the state, raised nearly $36,000 in 2010 and nearly $90,000 since its inception in 2009. More than 30 food pantries have received funding to use in various ways to feed those in need in their communities. Other events, including two golf outings, two brick dedications and a ‘non-event’ for Immigration & Refugee Services provided various corporations, organizations, and individuals to join together and support the Foundation as event sponsors or in-kind donors. If you, your organization, or congregation would like to offer support to the Lutheran Foundation of New Jersey, either through financial contributions or volunteering, please visit www.lsmnj.org or contact our Development Office at (609) 699-4115.

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Hospitality, Healing & Hope . . . DONORS We gratefully recognize the following individuals, businesses, corporations, foundations and congregations for their generous support of Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey and its various programs and services. Individual Donors - $99 and below Mr. Richard P. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Alburger Ms. Gwendoline E. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Otto Anderson Ms. Linda Andrews Ms. O. Bonni Babson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bachman Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Baer Ms. Bonnie Baker

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Ms. Joyce A. Barclay Mr. and Mrs. Peter Barr Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bartolett Ms. Rosemarie Bavuso Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bell Mrs. Eleanore C. Benning Mr. Robert Bernstein Mr. and Mrs. David E. Berntson Mrs. Eleanor Bertocci Ms. Anna Bihun Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bilof Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Binaco Mrs. Debi Birkenstamm Mr. and Mrs. John W. Black Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blaschke Mr. John D. Bohrer Mrs. Andrea Bondy Ms. Frances Boody Dr. Frank C. Boren and Dr. Alice Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. Borkowski Ms. Rozella J. Bower Ms. Evelyn V. Boyle Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bradley Mrs. Suzanne Braun Mr. and Mrs. Neil Bress Ms. Eleanor M. Bridge

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brill Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Brill Ms. June Brittingham Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Brosius Ms. Pamela Brown Ms. Christa Buergin Mr. Robert Bull Mr. and Mrs. Barry W. Burlaga Ms. Gloria Joan Burns Ms. Arlene Cadwell-Goree Mrs. Barbara Caldwell Mr. John Callahan Mr. Douglas Campbell Ms. Janet H. Cardell Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carpenter Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Emidio Caruso Ms. Christine Casais Mrs. Caroline Chiocco Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Christian Mrs. Jean Christoph Mrs. Ruth M. Cinotti Ms. Karen Cipolone Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cobb Mrs. Ruth Cohen Mr. Nicola Colaneri

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Condliff Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Connelly Mr. and Mrs. Earle W. Conrad Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cooper Ms. Deanna Dameika Mrs. Betty J. Danielson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darby Mr. and Mrs. Norman T. Davis Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard De Oliveira Ms. Doris Deede Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Defaria Mr. Larry Delaney Mr. and Mrs. John Denaro Mr. and Mrs. Dana E. Denef Reverend and Mrs. George C. Derner Mrs. Virginia R. Di Fillippo Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Di Giovanne Ms. Marianna Digiorgio Mr. and Mrs. Mario DiLello Mr. Edward L. Dodd Jr. Ms. Claire Dodson Ms. Eleanor Donahue Mr. and Mrs. Steven Dreher Mr. and Mrs. Mark Duffy Mrs. Christine Dwyer Mr. and Mrs. Eugene G. Eberenz


. . . Hospitality, Healing & Hope Ms. Muriel Eby Mr. and Mrs. James Eckert Ms. Sara Engel Mr. and Mrs. Duane H. Engelhardt Mr. and Mrs. Robert Espenschied Ms. Sonya Facher Dr. and Mrs. David E. Fairbrothers Mrs. Frieda Falcke Mr. Michael F. Fallon Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Fiechter Mrs. Grace Flanders Ms. Barbara L. Florimont Mr. and Mrs. Thorleif Floystad Mrs. Ruth Flynn Ms. Carole Fort Mr. Dominic N. Forte Mr. and Mrs. Steven Foster Ms. Karen Foti Mr. Watson I. Fournier Mr. Harold Friedeman Ms. Claudia Friend Ms. Kathy Friend Mr. Peter Friend Mr. William Friend Mr. William Friend, III Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fucci Mr. and Mrs. John Fuller Mr. Kevin Fullerton Ms. Brenda Galvez Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Garofalo Mrs. Nina Geist Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gibson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Gibson Sr.

Mr. Wayman Gibson Mrs. Katharine Giel Ms. Linda Giuliano Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gizzi Mr. and Mrs. Theodore F. Gleichmann Jr. Mrs. Joan Glenz Ms. Mildred Golden Mr. George A. Golia Mr. and Mrs. George Gordon Mr. and Mrs. William J. Gormley Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Howard T. Gray Jr. Ms. Paula Green Ms. Jane W. Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Larry Grika Mr. Theodore Gropler Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gutjahr Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Hall III Mr. and Mrs. William Hallahan

Ms. Julia Hardaker Ms. Irmgard Harris Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Haswell Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hauptmann Mr. and Mrs. David T. Hauser Mrs. Edna G. Hecht Mr. and Mrs. John J. Heflich Jr. Mr. George Heiser Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Henrikson Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Hight Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Holden Ms. Linda M. Holscher Mr. Edward H. Holweger Mrs. Florence D. Hoppe Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Houlihan Mrs. Elinor L. Houston Mr. and Mrs. Louis Howson Reverend and Mrs. Peter S. Hoyer

Ms. Jean R. Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Hulburt Ms. Alberta Iannotti Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Interlante Ms. Erna Jaklitsch Ms. Dorothy James Ms. Carolyn Jantz Ms. Margaret Jeleniowski Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Jespersen Ms. Doris Johnson Reverend and Mrs. John W. Johnson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson Mr. Richard A. Johnson Mr. Philip P. Jones Ms. Elizabeth Jones-Pisel Mr. Robert Kammerer Reverend Ulrich Keemss Ms. Marie Killian Mr. and Mrs. George Killmer Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirczow Mr. and Mrs. Ken Klein Ms. Ida Kneale Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knecht Mrs. Marie Knoeller Mr. Herbert E. Kopf Mr. Emory J. Kovacs Ms. Susan Koval Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kozempel Mr. and Mrs. William R. Kramer Ms. Barbara Kraus Ms. Rana Kreiger Mr. and Mrs. James Kuder Mr. and Mrs. John Kunkel

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Hospitality, Healing & Hope . . . Mr. and Mrs. George Labadie Ms. Karin Labarge Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Lange Mr. and Mrs. Albert Langlois Ms. Laura Lanzilotta Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Larose Mr. Derek Larson Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Larson Mr. and Mrs. William Lau Mr. and Mrs. Barry Lau Mr. and Mrs. Doug Lawson Mrs. Mary Lehmann Mr. and Mrs. John C. Liljegren Mr. and Mrs. Peter Linke Ms. Mary Beth Lonergan Mr. Kalman Lurinsky Ms. Grace A. Main Ms. Elizabeth Mallardi Mr. and Mrs. Wallace D. Malmstedt Reverend and Mrs. David D. Mangiante Ms. Ludmila Mansilla Ms. Robin Marko Ms. Cynthia Markus Ms. Jean B. Marquardt Mrs. Joan Marsteller Ms. Rae Marzocchi Mr. and Mrs. William Mathews Ms. Lillie Maurer Ms. Dene Mayer Ms Madeline McGinley Mr. and Mrs. James McGuire Mr. and Mrs. David J. McLaughlin Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. McNamara

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Mrs. Clare McPherson Ms. Norma Mehl Reverend John Melin Mrs. Denise Mercurius-Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Eric Michalski Ms. April Middleton Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Miller Sr. Mrs. Elaine Miller Ms. Joan E. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Lee Moffitt Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Momenee Mr. Mario Montaldi Mr. Lawrence Moore Mr. Ray Mueller Mr. and Mrs. James Mullen Mr. and Mrs. John Muller Mrs. Doris A. Mulvaney Mrs. Catherine C. Murk Ms. Kerry Murphy Dr. and Mrs. Russ Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nace Ms. Lisa Nathari Ms. Norma Nedde Mr. James W. Neighbours Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Nicholls Mr. and Mrs. William Nikel Mrs. Phyllis I. Oberg Mr. Joseph O'Brien Ms. Debbie O'Connor Ms. Carollyn Ogden Mrs. Marion F. O'Kane

Mrs. Katherine Olinchak Mr. Michael Onorato and Ms. Daria Gerard Mr. William Owen Mrs. Ethelmae Oxner Mr. and Mrs. Fernand Pages Ms. Roseanne Pancoast Ms. Rebecca Parenty Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Pasquarella Mr. and Mrs. Septimiu Pastiu Ms. Denise Peart Reverend Robert G. Petersen Mrs. Barbara K. Pison Mrs. Edna B. Platz Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Plenefisch Ms. Jeanne Plunkett Mr. and Mrs. William Pohts Mrs. Renate Polec Mr. and Mrs. Binod K. Pradhan Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Prado Mrs. Suzanne Price Ms. Miriam Y. Prickett Ms. Joan Prokop Ms. Lorraine Purcell Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Querns Mr. and Mrs. Howard Radest Mr. Arthur E. Ranges Mrs. Gladys Rask Mrs. Patricia P. Rech Mr. and Mrs. John-Paul Reisman Ms. Catherine Ricatto Mr. and Mrs. Melvin A. Ries Ms. Edith Rifenburg Ms. Kate Riggione

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ritter Miss Frances M. Rodrigues Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard Rogers Ms. Suzanne Rostovskis Ms. Rebecca Rout Ms. Jean Rowand Mr. and Mrs. Louis Russo Ms. Shirlee Rykiel Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sack Mr. and Mrs. Eric Sandwick Ms. Lena Sardo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scarbaci Mrs. Ede Lou Schaertel Ms. Claire-Marie Scheffbuch Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Scherb


. . . Hospitality, Healing & Hope

Mr. Anthony Schiavo and Ms. Julia Gatta Mr. and Mrs. William L. Schicke Mr. and Mrs. John C. Schmidt Mrs. Marion Schropp Mrs. Elinore Seela Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Seguine Mr. Thomas Sellers Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sellmann Mrs. Paula Semczyk Mr. and Mrs. John Shea Ms. Constance Sheppard Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sheridan Ms. Genevieve Shine Mr. and Mrs. John Shirey Mr. and Mrs. Brian Sietz Mr. and Mrs. Michael Silberman Ms. Joan R. Simms Mr. David O'Brien and Ms. Miriam Simons Mr. and Mrs. William Slade Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Smith Mrs. May D. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Gadiel Smith Mr. Richard W. Smith Mr. Dewey Smith Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Smith Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Smith Ms. Priscilla A. Smith-Matthews Mr. William Snyder & Ms. Sharon Gadomski Ms. Helen Soka Ms. Tatsiana Sokul Mr. Erick C. Soles Mr. and Mrs. James Sorenson Ms. Carol Speiser Mr. and Mrs. Jared S. Sproul Mr. and Mrs. John B. Stanczyk Mr. Joel Stango Mr. and Mrs. Egon E. Stark Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Steinmann Mr. Peter Stern and Mrs. Joan Johnston-Stern Ms. Phyllis Stewart Reverend Gary N. Stiegler Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stier Ms. Nancy Stober-McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Allan Stoeckle Reverend and Mrs. C. P. Strockbine Mr. and Mrs. Bruce S. Swanson Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sykes Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tanzler Ms. Virginia Testa Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thomas Ms. Margaret C. Thompson Ms. Anna S. Thomson Mr. and Mrs. Charles Timony

Ms. Muriel Tippett Mrs. Louise Tosi Mrs. Caroline V. Trostel Reverend and Mrs. Richard R Tupy Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Tursi Mr. Kenneth Van Dongen Mr. and Mrs. Frans W. Van Riemsdyk Mr. Brian Vernon Mrs. Lois R. Voorhees Ms. Debra A. Vozzo Mr. and Mrs. John Wagner Mr. Roy Wagner Mr. Jonathan Wallace Jr. Ms. Yvonne Walton Mr. and Mrs. Willis Wardell Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Warner Ms. Karen Weaver Ms. Garmai K. Weh Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Wehrli Mrs. Carole A. Weidmuller Reverend and Mrs. Timothy Wengert Mr. and Mrs. Stephen White Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilfrid Ms. Edith L. Willgoos Ms. Doris L. Willson Ms. Carol Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Augustus M. Winder Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wislocki Ms. Dorothy Wolff Mrs. Marion Wood Mr. Michael Yekenchik Mrs. Eileen Yesko Mr. and Mrs. John Young

Mr. and Mrs. Roland Yunghans Ms. Helen Zaeh Reverend Lee Zandstra Mrs. Elsie Zebrick Mrs. Theresa Zito Individual Donors - $100 - $249 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Adams Mr. and Mrs. Rod C. Alferness Mr. Justin Altman Reverend Gunnar Anderson Reverend and Mrs. Roger L. Arnholt Mr. Tom Baxter Dr. Ellen Benson Ms. Elaine Bergen Mr. Gerald K. Bergh Ms. Barbara A. Bernstengel Mr. and Mrs. Edward Berryman Mr. Mark Biancaniello Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bianco Ms. Ruth Biemer

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Hospitality, Healing & Hope . . . Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Bonilla Reverend and Dr. Roger Boraas Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bradford Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bretherick Jr. Mr. John E. Brown Mr. Max Burger Dr. Audrey C. Burkart Ms. Margaret Bush Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Byrd Ms. Keysha Caraway Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson Ms. Barbara Carriere Mrs. Christine Carruthers Mr. Richard Carter Miss Anna C. Cassidy Mr. and Ms. Rick Chiatello Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Conaty Mr. Benjamin Corney Mr. and Mrs. John Coulter Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan M. Cox Reverend Bruce H. Davidson Ms. Elly Davis Mr. and Mrs. William Delmar Mrs. Lisa Derner Ms. Jamie DeSousa Ms. Gloria DiDonato Mr. Armon W. Diedrich Jr. Mrs. Ellen DiPaul Reverend and Mrs. Dallas D. Dorward Ms. Lee W. Doty Esq. Mr. Nicholas J. Driscoll Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Duffy Ms. Beth Eichfeld

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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Engel Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Engelhardt Mr. Eric Espinosa Reverend Gary Ettlemyer Ms. Stacy Favoroso Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Fecht Mr. Henry Fickenscher Mr. Donald Fields Mr. and Mrs. James Flock Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Foard Mr. and Mrs. Karlfried Froehlich Mr. Richard Frost Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Geehr Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Genovese Mr. Clifford Gerenz Ms. Anita Goodwyn Father Charles Gormley Mr. and Mrs. Herman F. Gossenberger Ms. Mabel B. Graepel Mr. and Mrs. Gary Green Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Griffa Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Grissom Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hager Mr. Clarence Hallowell Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hamm Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Heal Ms. Doris J. Hewitt Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hillman Ms. Emily Hillman Mr. and Mrs. Curt W. Hirsch Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hoffman Mrs. Dorothee A. Holmstrup

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Houlihan Ms. Brenda Jackson Ms. Alberta Jacobs Reverend and Mrs. Otto W. Jacobson Mrs. Doris Jankowicz Mr. and Mrs. Andre Jensen Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jovovich Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kaiser Mr. and Mrs. Ilmar L. Kalnin Mr. and Mrs. Leon S. Kanopka Mr. Edward W. Karn Mrs. Heather Kato Mr. and Mrs. James Kee Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keith Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kleindienst Sr. Ms. Mary E. Koether Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kohler Ms. Patricia Kolbe Mr. Jason Konek

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Koster Reverend Kim Krogstad Mr. and Mrs. Guenther H. Kuehl Mr. Jeffrey R. Kuschner Esq. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Lahr Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lail Mr. and Mrs. Louis V. Larson Ms. Ura A. Lazaroff Ms. Jean Le Breton Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lemcke Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lerner Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Lindberg Mr. and Mrs. George Lindquist Mrs. Edith Lodge Ms. Norma Lopez Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Lucidi Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Manalio Mr. and Mrs. Marc Manger Ms. Ann K. Mann


. . . Hospitality, Healing & Hope Ms. Muriel McHugh Ms. Janet G. Mehl Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Meiss Dr. and Mrs. Irving M. Mender Mr. Joseph Merlino Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Merlino Mr. Robert Messerschmidt Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Metzger Mr. Peter J. Michalski Ms. Jean Minder Reverend Donald H. Moeser Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mohlenhoff Reverend and Mrs. Joseph Molnar Mr. Robert Montesano Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moran Mr. Kevin Moran Mrs. Dorothy A. Morten Mr. Thomas Mullane Ms. Alicia V. Murphy Mrs. Jennifer Nam Mr. and Mrs. James Nelson Mr. Theodore Nelson Mrs. Barbara Neuman Reverend Margaret Niederer Mrs. Janet North Mrs. Jean Nugent Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Nurge Ms. Megan O'Brien Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Peebles Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peterson Ms. Joy R. Petzinger Mr. and Mrs. Emil J. Piel Mr. and Mrs. John Pietruski

Ms. Lauretta Prendergast Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Priory Jr. Mr. Dennis J. Ragone Mr. John Reed Mr. Richard Reess Ms. Regina Rehill Reverend and Mrs. Otto Reinbacher Mrs. Mary Reiter Mr. and Mrs. Peter Q. Rich Mrs. Kathryn Richards Ms. Martha L. Rimathe Mrs. Andrea Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rodemann Ms. Debra Rodgers and Mr. Paul Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Roney Mr. Gary P. Rossi Mrs. Margaret Rosskamm Mr. and Mrs. W. Hollis Rulon Mr. Juhan Runne Mr. James Russell Mr. Allen Safianow Ms. MaryAnn Sager Ms. Catherine Sampere Mr. and Mrs. Arvind Saraf Mr. Stephen Scelba Mr. and Mrs. David Schoenherr Mr. William A. Schwartz Jr. Ms. Gladys F. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Seckel Mr. and Mrs. Ken Secrist Mr. and Mrs. David P. Sereni Mr. Michael Shaffer Mr. Robert Shawger

Mr. Stephen Sherwood Ms. Janice Simms Ms. Elaine Stumpf Ms. Mary Jane Teasdale Ms. Rose Teepe Ms. Myrtle Tensen Ms. Sara M. Tiddy Ms. Martha Tieman Mr. and Mrs. Forest Toates Mr. Charles G. Toto Reverend and Mrs. Carl T. Uehling Ms. Kim Vaughan Mr. and Mrs. David Vaughn Mr. and Mrs. Mark Verlander Mr. John J. Veteri, Jr., Esq. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Visbeck Ms. Helen M. Wacker Ms. Ruth D. Wagoner Mr. and Mrs. John P. Walsh Mrs. Violet Wark Mr. Zack Warringer Dr. Frank and Dr. Carolyn Watson Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Werring Reverend Lee Wesley Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Winter Mr. Harold Worley Mr. Robert Worley Individual Donors - $250 - $499 Mr. Anthony Ammiano Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baraldi Mr. and Mrs. Michael Berger Ms. Carolyn Bodmer

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Boyle Mrs. Katherine R. Brown Ms. Lorraine Brunelle Mrs. Gerda Cohn Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Cook Ms. Naomi Cressman Mr. and Mrs. Martin T. Czebotar Mrs. Carol Damis Mr. Thomas Diedrich Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dyrnes Reverend and Mrs. Raymond Elberson Reverend and Mrs. Michael Gebhart Mr. and Ms. Neil Gilmour Mrs. Margaret K. Heglie Ms. Doris Hentschel Mr. and Mrs. Keith Heyser Ms. Ruth Hresan Mr. Gary E. Jacques Dr. and Mrs. Henry Jansma Mr. Tim Jennings Mr. and Mrs. William Kaiser Mr. and Mrs. Randal Kelley Ms. Susan Kruckow Assemblywoman Pamela R. Lampitt Ms. Nancy Leggoe Ms. Elizabeth E. Mancuso Mr. John Mapes Ms. Catherine Meliniotis Dr. and Mrs. Geno Merli Ms. Susan Merrill Ms. Deborah Meyer Ms. Joyce B. Millhagen Ms. Linda Nietman

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Hospitality, Healing & Hope . . . Bishop and Mrs. E. Roy Riley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schumacher Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smyth Mrs. Margaret Spallone Mr. Garret Strathearn Mr. and Mrs. William Verlander Mr. and Mrs. John Winkelman Mr. and Mrs. Kwong Y. Wong Individual Donors - $500 - $999 Mr. and Mrs. George Barth Mr. and Mrs. A. Bruce Borgeson Mr. and Mrs. Glenn M. Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Brockhoff Mr. and Mrs. Gene Caven Reverend and Mrs. David Dahline Reverend and Mrs. Louis W. Dunkle Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Gaunt Dr. and Mrs. Richard P. Gotchel Ms. Myla Groth Mr. John Grover Mr. Udo Heiman Mrs. Nancy Heinze Mr. and Mrs. Mark Johannesen Reverend and Mrs. William R. Klettke Mr. Julien Mason Ms. Margie D. Olewunne Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ostertag Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schiavo Mr. and Mrs. David Waddell Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams Ms. Angelique Williams

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Individual Donors - $1,000 and above Mrs. Susan W. Arnold Ms. Margaret Bucci Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Cranmer Mr. Angelo Del Russo Jr. Reverend Thomas E. Dorsey Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Follis Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Graham Mr. and Mrs. George F. Hardy III Mr. and Mrs. Phillip J. Harrington Dr. Thomas G. Holt Ms. Mary Hruska Ms. Ruth Huysman Mr. Craig Karczmer Mr. Francis Kardos Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krattenmaker *Ms. Anne Kreuder Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kunkel Mr. and Mrs. William McCracken Mr. John Moran Reverend and Mrs. Jerold Nugent Dr. and Mrs. James O'Neil Mr. and Mrs. Warren A. Reintzel Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reynolds Mr. Peter Trentacoste Mr. and Mrs. Bob Webb Ms. Margaret Will Mrs. Eleanor Willert Corporations Corporations - below $99 Associated Building Maintenance Blytheco, LLC

Boyd Tamney Cross Generocity Community Alliance, Inc. Health & Science Center, Inc. Lakeside Educational Network Lighthouse Hospice Inc. Nurse Staffers, Inc. Corporations - $100 - $249 A.V. Powell & Associates LLC Amerikem Inc. Cintas Fire Protection Elder Elegance Salon Management Empire Lumber & MillworkCo. Foss & Co. Inc. HarrisonRand IT Initiatives

KPMG KRB Printing LA Hair Design LLC Liberty Paper & Janitorial Supply Co Liberty Pest Management Services, Inc. Line Systems, Inc. Merchantville Women's Club E. M. D. MetLife Resources Randall's Custom Furniture & Kitchens, LLC Reisinger Oxygen Service Renaissance Academy Roma Bank Sereni Web Design Telecorp Inc. The Bank Wolfington Body Company, Inc.


. . . Hospitality, Healing & Hope Langan Engineering & Environmental Services Linnwood Electric LLC R&R Construction Co., Inc. Republic First Bank Retail Sites Simone Realty

Corporations $250 - $499 Amboy National Bank Archer & Greiner, Attorneys At Law Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. BFW Group LLC Clarity, LLC Dumont & Watson GivingExpress Online Jefferis Engineering Assoc. Maser Consulting, P.A. MeSH Moorestown Visiting Nurses Association Spiezle Architectural Group, Inc. Witherspoon, Inc. Corporations - $500 - $999 Brinkerhoff Environmental Services Cuyler Burk, LLP Genesis Rehabilitation

Corporations - $1,000 and above Altitude Edge ARCH Consultants, ltd. Atlantic Tomorrow's Office AVIR Beneficial Bank BF Molz Business Products Cacace Properties LLC Del Sano Contracting Diamond & Associates Discover RX Domus, Inc. First Choice Bank Flaster/Greenberg Friend Insurance Agency, Inc. Garden State Painting & Design Corp. Greyhawk Construction Managers & Consultants Gulf South Medical Supply Herbert J. Sims & Co., Inc. Kanalstein Danton Associates Kitchen & Associates LTI, Inc. Marshall Industrial Technologies, Inc. mindShift Technologies

Morrison Senior Dining Omland Engineering Palombo's Med-Rite Pharmacy ParenteBeard, LLC PNC Bank RestoreCore Retirement Dynamics, Inc. RMS Graphics, Inc. Schindler Elevator Corporation Shehadi Commercial Flooring Estates Estate of Albert C. Hladish Estate of Charles M. Barringer Jr. Estate of Edna Trent Estate of Jack Heaney Estate of John Cigolini Estate of Katharine E. Robbins Estate of Jane Collie Federated Organizations Thrivent- Burlington County Chapter Thrivent- Camden County Chapter Thrivent- Southwestern NJ Chapter United Way of Burlington County United Way of Camden County United Way of Greater Mercer County United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania Foundations Anonymous ARC Foundation Beneficial Bank Foundation

† Bristol-Myers Squibb Company C&S Wholesalers Capital One Bank CMX Community Foundation † Computer Associates International, Inc Dankis Christian Foundation Employee's Community Fund of the Boeing Company † ExxonMobil Foundation, Inc. † Fluor Foundation Matching Funds Fox & Roach Charities † Glenmede Trust Company † Honeywell † IBM Employee Services Center † Insurance Services Office, Inc. † J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation † Merck Partnership for Giving Pine Tree and Myrtle Fund - Isaiah 55 † Prudential Foundation PSE&G- Regional Public Affairs † Subaru of America, Inc. T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. TD Charitable Foundation The Balwant and Inderjit Mallik Family Foundation, Inc. The Rita and Harry Greenberger Foundation, Inc. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Wachovia Regional Foundation Grants Camden County Human Services Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

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Hospitality, Healing & Hope . . . Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service New Jersey Department of Community Affairs New Jersey Department of Human Services New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services The County of Camden - County Treasurer's Office Schools Moorestown Friends School The Pennington School Service Organizations Auxiliary of the Lutheran Home at Moorestown Auxiliary of Barrington Post No. 7247 VFW Crane's Mill Resident Association Ladies Auxiliary to Becker - Karg - Caldwell - VFW Post 2692 Moorestown Monthly Meeting Passaic Lions Club Transit Builders' Trust Women's Club of Merchantville

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Trusts American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers Doris M. Witt Fund of the Lutheran Community Foundation Estate of Dorthea W. Partch Estate of William C. Herdle Estates of George and Olive Brauninger Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Endowment Fund Kathe Kasten Charitable Remainder Trust Philadelphia Foundation Deardoff Fund Pinelawn Cemetery Land Purchase Fund The Rev. Dr. Carl Futchs

New Jersey Synod of the ELCA in Hamilton Square New Jersey District, Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod in Mountainside Our Savior's Evangelical Lutheran Church of Menlo Park in Edison Our Saviour Lutheran Church in Pompton Plains Redeemer Lutheran Church in Westfield St. Anne's Guild, Grace Church in Haddonfield St. John's Guild in Bloomfield St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Oaklyn St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Millville St. Paul's Lutheran Church in East Windsor St. Stephen Lutheran Church in Woodbury Churches & Synagogues - $499 and below St. Stephen Lutheran Church in South Plainfield Calvary Lutheran Church in Allendale Temple Beth Sholom in Cherry Hill Christ Lutheran Church in Whiting Trinity Lutheran Church in Tenafly Collingswood Presbyterian Church in Collingswood Upper Path Valley Presbyterian Church in Spring Run Epiphany Lutheran Church in Pleasantville Village Lutheran Church in Lanoka Harbor Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in New Milford WELCA of Holy Trinity in Maple Shade Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Blairstown WELCA-Bethany Lutheran Church in Palmyra Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Glen Rock WELCA-Cape May Lutheran Church in Cape May Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church in Phillipsburg WELCA-Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Toms River Grace Lutheran Church in Teaneck WELCA-Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Rockaway Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Collingswood WELCA-Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Manasquan Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Manasquan WELCA-Spruce Run Lutheran Church in Glen Gardner Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Somerset WELCA-St. Luke Lutheran Church in West Collingswood Ladies Aid Society-Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in WELCA-St. Timothy Lutheran Church in Wayne Point Pleasant Women's Guild-Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Ladies Aid Society-Trinity Lutheran Church in Cliffside Park Hackettstown Lutheran Woman's Society-St Paul Lutheran Church in Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Rahway Raritan Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church of Clark Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church in Oakland Zion Lutheran Church in Westwood


. . . Hospitality, Healing & Hope St. John's Lutheran Church in Passaic St. Mark Lutheran Church in Morristown St. Peter Lutheran Church in Lambertville WELCA-Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Red Bank WELCA-Zion Lutheran Church in Saddle River

Churches & Synagogues - $500 - $999 Bethany Evangelical Lutheran Church in Palmyra Christ Lutheran Church Women in Whiting Christ the King Lutheran Church in Ringwood Covenant Presbyterian Church in Cinnaminson Emanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church in New Brunswick Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Chatham Holy Communion Lutheran Church in Berlin Hope Lutheran Church in Freehold Logan Memorial Presbyterian Church in Audubon Luther Memorial Lutheran Church in Blackwood LWML-Calvary Lutheran Church in Medford Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church in Parlin Our Savior Lutheran Church in Fair Lawn Redeemer Lutheran Church in Ramsey

Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Ridgewood Christ Lutheran Church in Woodcliff Lake Christ Memorial Lutheran Church in East Brunswick Collingswood Presbyterian Church in Collingswood Faith Presbyterian Church in Medford First Baptist Church of Delair First Presbyterian Church in Haddon Heights Churches & Synagogues - $1,000 and above First Presbyterian Church in Haddonfield Calvary Lutheran Church in Cranford Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Hackettstown Christ Lutheran Church in Union Good Shepherd Evangelical Lutheran Church in Florham Park Christ Lutheran Church in Woodcliff Lake Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Little Egg Harbor Church of the Savior in Paramus Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Somerville Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Reformation in Grace Lutheran Church in Freehold West Long Branch Grace Lutheran Church in Livingston Faith Lutheran Church in New Providence Grace Lutheran Church in Union First Presbyterian Church in Haddonfield Holy Angel's Parish in Woodbury Good Shepherd Evangelical Lutheran Church in Holy Communion Lutheran Church in Berlin Florham Park Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Mahwah Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Point Pleasant Holy Nativity Lutheran Church in Wenonah Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Somerville Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Collingwood Our Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church in Dumont Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Burlington Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Princeton Junction Township St. John's Lutheran Church in Summit Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Rockaway St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Moorestown Immanuel Lutheran Church in Lakewood St. Paul Lutheran Church in Beachwood King of Kings Lutheran Church in Mountain Lakes St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hainesport The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Haddonfield Logan Memorial Presbyterian Church in Audubon New Jersey Synod of the ELCA in Hamilton Square Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Runnemede Our Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church in Dumont Trinity Lutheran Church in Camp Hill Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Princeton Junction Redeemer Lutheran Church in Neptune In-Kind Donor Churches & Synagogues Redeemer Lutheran Church in Newton Advent Lutheran Church in Warren All Saints Church in Princeton Redeemer Lutheran Church in Vineland

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Hospitality, Healing & Hope . . . St. Paul Lutheran Church in Beachwood St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hainesport St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Edison St. Stephen Lutheran Church in Edison St. Timothy Lutheran Church in Wayne Unitarian Universalist Church of Cherry Hill in Cherry Hill Village Lutheran Church in Lanoka Harbor WELCA-Holy Communion Lutheran Church in Berlin Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Barnegat Light Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church of Clark in Clark

St. Andrews Catholic Church in Gibbsboro St. James Lutheran Church in Pitman St. John's Lutheran Church in Bloomfield St. John's Lutheran Church in Summit St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Church in West Collingswood St. Mark Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hamilton St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Oaklyn St. Mary's Epicopal Church in Haddon Heights St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Moorestown St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jersey City

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In-Kind Donor Businesses, Organizations & Schools After Char Broil American Red Cross Ashley Turkey Farm Bordentown Ballet Theatre Boy Scouts of America Troop 36 Budd Lake Diner Center For Independent Living Cherry Hill Township Chester Meat Market Del Sano Contracting Frugal Haddon Township Girl Scouts & Cub Scouts Hot Star Dog, LC Kings and Queens Home Repairs Liberty Pest Management Services, Inc. Merion Mercy Academy in Merion Station Metro Graphics Moorestown Friends School in Moorestown Moorestown High School N Gate I Tenants Assoc.

Outback of Cherry Hill Package Materials Corporation Planned Parenthood Quality Mattress Renaissance Catering Rutgers Camden Alumni Association Shehadi Commercial Flooring Subaru of America, Inc. Virtua Health William Allen Middle School Your Grandmother's Cupboard


. . . Hospitality, Healing & Hope In- Kind Donors Ms. Diane Adcock Ms. Joan Adler Mr. Jaysen Algerin Truth Ali Ms. Sasha Allen Ms. Shirley M. Allen Shydean Allen Mrs. Barbara Argiento Mr. and Mrs. Bryson C. Armstead Sr. Mrs. Susan W. Arnold Ms. Jennifer Baczenas S. Baerm Ms. Kathy Basile Ms. Erica Bedell Ms. Nancy Bee Ms. Therese Beitz Ms. Anna Maria Berlenbach Mr. Mark Biancaniello Ms. Joyce Biddleman Ms. Denise Boyce Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bramley Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bramley Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Branson Mr. Allan Brenner Ms. Beverly Brewer Ms. Geneva Brown Ms. Michele Browner Mr. Eddie Cannon Ms. Barbara Carriere Mr. Timothy Cass Ms. Dorothy Chandler

Mrs. Lynda Chesterton Ms. Bridgette Coleman Mr. Dan Comer Ms. Bonnie Cooper Mrs. Eleanor Crane Ms. Naomi Cressman Mrs. Jennifer Cripps Ms. Sharla Dansly Ms. LeDeva Davis P. Davis Ms. Mary Beth DeCrescenzo Ms. Alice DeSantis Mr. and Mrs. Alan Dybvig Ms. Jeannette East Ms. Regina Egerton Ms. Beth Eichfeld Ms. Juliet El Ms. Marnie Ellis-Marini Mrs. Norma J. Engelhardt Ms. Stacy Favoroso Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ferrall Ms Dana Ficci and Ms Diane Salzano Mr. and Mrs. Albert Filardo Mr. and Mrs. Danny L. Ford Mr. Roger Ford Mr. Larry Ford Ms. Debra Ford Ms. Stephanie Ford Ms. Deborah Frazier Mr. Kevin Fullerton Ms. Helen Fullerton Ms. Lasheka Fussell

Ms. Marsha Gainer Mr. and Mrs. Jim Galbraith Ms. Gloria Gallashaw Mr. Anthony Garbarino Ms. Amy Garcia Mr. Ray Garrison Ms. Cynthia Geiter Mr. Bob Gessner Mr. Rick Gifford Ms. Meredith Godley Miss Avi Goldstein Ms. Jane Goldstrom Ms. Mercy Gonzales Ms. Mabel B. Graepel Ms. Katie Hamilton

Ms. Joyce Hamiton Mr. Dennis Hansbury Ms. Helen Hansbury Mr. William Harden Mr. Albert Harper Ms. Donna Healey Mr. Anthony Heath Ms. Sharon Heath Ms. Tracy Hicks Ms. Emily Hillman Ms. Michelle W. Hodgson Ms. Rosemary Holden-Pinter M. Holtz Ms. Martha James Mr. Kevin Jaridot

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Hospitality, Healing & Hope . . . Saio Kanu Mrs. Heather Kato Mr. Andrew Keay Mr. P.J. Kenny Mrs. Eva Klein Mr. Alfred Kleindienst Ms. Katherine Kleindienst Mr. Jason Konek Ms. Rana Kreiger Ms. Francine Kushner Ms. Kelly Lee Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Levit Ms. Rashita Lewis Ms. Elizabeth E. Mancuso Mr. John Mapes Dr. Murry Mataez Ms. Linda Mauro Mr. Richard Maylath Ms. Sari Mazen Ms. Stephanie McHugh Ms. Monique Medley Mrs. Denise Mercurius-Matthews Mr. Harry Metzinger Ms. April Middleton Ms. Eileen Miller Ms. Florence Moore Ms. Shanna Moore Mr. Lawrence Moore Ms. Ruth Moran Ms. Janice Morgan Ms. Monique Morris Ms. Rose Morris

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Ms. Janet Morrissey Ms. Eloise Mullen Mr. James Muller Ms. Jill Mullin Ms. Erica Mullin Ms. Kerry Murphy Ms. Rita Murphy Ms. Cheryl Myers Mr. and Mrs. Duane Myers Ms. Jennifer North Ms. Jane Nowakowski Ms. Tina Nugent Reverend and Mrs. Jerold Nugent Ms. Megan O'Brien Ms. Jackie O'Brien Mr. and Mrs. Forrest O'Brien Ms. Debbie O'Connor Mrs. Janice O'Neil Ms. Rose Orichowsky Mr. Henry Osborn Ms. Lisa O'Shea Ms. Denise Peart Ms. Denise Perry Ms. Sherma Phillip Ms. Adrienne Pie Ms. Brandie Plasket Ms. Jude Polloch Mr. Glenn Purnell Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Quien Mrs. Patricia P. Rech Mr. Bill Reigle Mr. Francisco Reyes

Mr. Mike Richter Mr. Art Ritter Ms. Lymari Rivera Mrs. Shirley Roberts Ms. Pauline Robertson Ms. Marytza Rodriguez L. Rodriguez Ms. Beverly Roehm Ms. Cheryl Rollins Ms. Frederica Rollins Ms. Theresa Roncace Mrs. Margaret Rosskamm Ms. Dolores Rozier Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rubright Miss Rebecca Saideman Ms. Janet Satterthwaite Ms. Karen Satterthwaite Ms. Keshia Saxon Ms. Nancy Sayadrian Ms. Amelia Scaramuzza Ms. Jacquie Schaffer Mr. Rick Schaffer Ms. Johanna Schroeder Ms. Chrissy Schultz Ms. Carrie Schwank Mr. Hugh Schwerin Mr. and Mrs. David P. Sereni Mr. Joseph Settelen Ms. Alice Shambry Ms. Constance Sheppard Ms. Kathy Shultz Ms. Debbie Sills

Mr. Mike Skabla Mr. and Mrs. David S. Solomon Mr. John Staton Ms. Jo Stevenson Ms. Michelle Still Trinidad Surowiec Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Swenson Ms. Mary Jane Teasdale Ms. Amy Thompson Ms. Judith Torres Ms. Christine Trampe Ms. Jackie Tucker Ms. Ingrid Valey Ms. Caroline Walradt Ms. Yvonne Walton Ms. Gwendolyn S. Warren Ms. Alanda Watson Ms. Frances Watt Mr. William Whitehead Mr. Joel Wildermann A. E. Williams Ms. Mabel Williams Ms. Rachett Williams Ms. Sheila Williams D. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson Mr. Calvin R. Woods Mrs. Eileen Yesko Ms. Caroline Yount Ms. Lee Zandstra


. . . Hospitality, Healing & Hope HONOR & MEMORIAL GIFTS January 1, 2010 – December 31, 2010 In honor of Jane Allen Mr. Michael Shaffer

In memory of Georjina E. Bergh Mr. Gerald K. Bergh

In memory of Elise Carter Mr. Richard Carter

In memory of Frieda Armbruster Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lail

In memory of Helen Birga Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Manalio

In honor of Gloria Chiappone Mrs. Carol Damis

In honor of Susan Arnold Mrs. Margaret Rosskamm

In memory of Eleanor Buck Ms. Ruth D. Wagoner

In honor of Barbara J. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark

In memory of Zyggy Baczynski Ms. Margaret Jeleniowski Mrs. Renate Polec

In memory of Gene R. Burbrink Mrs. Suzanne Braun

In memory of Ted Barclay Ms. Joyce A. Barclay In memory of John Bartolett Mrs. Mary Bartolett In memory of Martha Becker Ms. Janet G. Mehl In honor of Mrs. Pat Becker Ms. Joyce B. Millhagen In memory of the Benning Family Mrs. Eleanore C. Benning In memory of George Benning Mrs. Eleanore C. Benning

In memory of George Burke Mr. and Mrs. Otto Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blaschke Mrs. Christine Dwyer Mr. and Mrs. Barry Lau Mr. and Mrs. David J. McLaughlin In memory of Joseph V. Byrd Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Byrd Ms. Christine Casais Mrs. Paula Semczyk Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smyth Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Warner In memory of Francis Caputi Mr. and Mrs. Albert Langlois Madeline McGinley

In memory of Hans Cohn Mrs. Gerda Cohn In memory of Josephine Conroy Ms. Jean Minder In memory of Margaret W. Cousins Reverend and Mrs. Louis W. Dunkle In memory of Hazel Craft Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Condliff In memory of Thomas Crescenzo Mr. Nicola Colaneri In memory of Mabel Cutler Mr. and Mrs. John Denaro Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Houlihan Ms. Catherine Ricatto

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Hospitality, Healing & Hope . . . In honor of Reverend Bruce Davidson Dr. Thomas G. Holt In memory of Alice Davis Mrs. Joan Marsteller In honor of George Derner Mrs. Lisa Derner In memory of Reverend Elwood Dietz Reverend and Mrs. Otto W. Jacobson In memory of Mr. Henry DiVito Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Alburger Mr. and Mrs. Howard T. Gray Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Silberman In memory of Barney Engel Ms. Sara Engel

Mr. and Mrs. James Mullen Ms. Lauretta Prendergast Mr. Dennis J. Ragone Randall's Custom Furniture & Kitchens, LLC Ms. Catherine Sampere Mr. Anthony Schiavo and Ms. Julia Gatta Mr. Stephen Sherwood In memory of Dr. Carl Futchs Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Smith

In honor of the Groth Family Ms. Myla Groth In memory of Helen Grover Mr. John Grover In honor of Family and Friends Mr. John Grover

In honor of Karen Gaunt Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Gaunt

In memory of Kay Grover Mr. John Grover

In memory of William Geist, Jr. Mrs. Nina Geist

In memory of Henry and Ann Hansen Mrs. Carole A. Weidmuller

In memory of William H. Geist, Sr. Mrs. Nina Geist

In memory of Jones P. Harris Ms. Irmgard Harris

In honor of Mary Espenschied Mr. and Mrs. Robert Espenschied Ms. Barbara Kraus

In memory of Bob Gift Mr. and Ms. Neil Gilmour

In memory of Louis and Helen Fort Ms. Carole Fort

In memory of Harold and Angelina Goglia Linnwood Electric LLC

In honor of Suzanne Foster's Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Steven Foster

In memory of George J. Graepel Ms. Mabel B. Graepel

In memory of Rose Frigiola Mr. Richard P. Adams Ms. Rosemarie Bavuso Ms. Elizabeth Mallardi Mr. Joseph Merlino Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Merlino

In memory of Angelina Gricco Ms. Roseanne Pancoast Ms. Lena Sardo Mr. and Mrs. Charles Timony Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Tursi Ms. Carol Wilson

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In memory of Richard Grimsgaard Ms. Rebecca Parenty

In memory of Alma Haswell Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Haswell Jr. In memory of Roger Heglie Mrs. Margaret K. Heglie In memory of Charles Holden, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Holden In honor of Linda Holscher Ms. Carollyn Ogden In memory of Reverend Herluf Jensen Reverend and Mrs. Otto W. Jacobson Reverend Donald H. Moeser Reverend and Mrs. Joseph Molnar


. . . Hospitality, Healing & Hope In honor of Paul Jensen Mr. and Mrs. Andre Jensen

In memory of Penny Meiss-Schoem Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Meiss

In memory of Ruth Nurge Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Nurge

In memory of Robert and Katharine Jessen Mrs. Katherine Olinchak

In memory of Mildred Michalski Mr. Peter J. Michalski

In honor of Fran O'Brien Mr. Joseph O'Brien

In memory of Louise and John Johnson Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson In memory of Mary B. Keith Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keith In memory of Margorie Kelly Ms. Margaret C. Thompson In memory of Margaret Kerr Mr. and Mrs. Michael Boyle Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Brian Sietz In honor of Roger Keyser Mr. and Mrs. Mark Johannesen In memory of Rosalie Kovacs Mr. Emory J. Kovacs In honor of the staff at Lutheran Home for Children Mr. and Mrs. Peter Q. Rich In memory of Mrs. Margaret Mann Reverend and Mrs. Joseph Molnar In memory of Blanche Marino Ms. Karen Foti In memory of Robert and Evelyn McMullen Mr. and Mrs. George Labadie

In memory of Violet Frances Moore Mr. Lawrence Moore In memory of Joyce Moran Mrs. Ellen DiPaul In honor of Kevin Moran Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baraldi In honor of Dorothy Morten WELCA-St. Luke Lutheran Church In memory of Norman C. Nedde Ms. Norma Nedde In memory of Edith Nelson Ms. Rozella J. Bower Mr. and Mrs. John Coulter Ms. Muriel Eby Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Engel Reverend and Mrs. Michael Gebhart Ms. Susan Koval Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Larose Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Larson Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Lindberg Ms. Kate Riggione Ms. Joan R. Simms Mr. Richard W. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Allan Stoeckle Mr. and Mrs. Stephen White Ms. Dorothy Wolff Ms. Helen Zaeh

In memory of Bunny Oliver Mr. and Mrs. Larry Grika In memory of Louise Palma Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard Rogers In memory of Kay Petersen Reverend Robert G. Petersen In memory of Clara Potash Mrs. Marion Schropp In memory of William Potash Mrs. Marion Schropp In memory of Doris Preston Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Di Giovanne In memory of Anna Prettyman Ms. Shirlee Rykiel In memory of Bob Purcell Ms. Lorraine Purcell In memory of Judy Purcell Ms. Lorraine Purcell In memory of Alma Reid Mr. Peter J. Michalski

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Hospitality, Healing & Hope . . . In memory of T. Edward Richards Mrs. Kathryn Richards

In honor of Steve & Linda Schoch Mr. and Mrs. Mark Johannesen

In memory of Aune E. Sowles Ms. Sara M. Tiddy

In memory of George Richardson Ms. Frances Boody

In memory of Martin Luther Schonfeld Mrs. Louise Tosi

In memory of Concetta Stango Mr. Joel Stango

In memory of Ted & Alma Rimathe Ms. Martha L. Rimathe

In memory of Sophia Schressler Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tanzler

In memory of Nancy Steves Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Scherb

In honor of Rudy Riti Ms. Susan Merrill

In memory of Erna Seidel Mr. Ray Mueller

In memory of Dorothy Stober Mr. Michael McCarthy and Ms. Nancy Stober-McCarthy

In memory of George T. and Minnie Hedges Roessler Mr. Richard Carter

In memory of John Sellmann Mrs. Thelma Sellmann

In memory of Biff Roseboro Ms. Evelyn V. Boyle

In memory of Mary Shirey Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fucci Mr. and Mrs. Eric Sandwick Mr. and Mrs. John Shirey Mr. and Mrs. John B. Stanczyk Mr. Michael Yekenchik

In memory of Stephen Rosskamm Mr. David O'Brien and Ms. Miriam Simons Mrs. May D. Smith In memory of Margaret Ruppert Mr. and Mrs. Frans W. Van Riemsdyk

In honor of Joyce Sickels Reverend and Mrs. Joseph Molnar

In honor of Winnie Russell Mr. James Russell

In memory of George J. and Anna C. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Smith

In memory of Emedio Scaramuzza Mr. Dominic N. Forte Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gizzi Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Momenee Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Pasquarella

In memory of Wesley A. Smith Ms. Pamela Brown Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Jespersen Mr. and Mrs. Louis V. Larson Ms. Anna S. Thomson

In memory of Mary Scelba Mr. Stephen Scelba

In honor of the Reverend Wesley W. Smith Mrs. Ede Lou Schaertel

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In honor of Margaret E. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bachman Ladies Aux to Becker - Karg - Caldwell - VFW Post 2692 Mr. and Mrs. Eric Michalski Mr. Michael Onorato and Ms. Daria Gerard Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas Jr. In honor of the people of Camden Ms. Alicia V. Murphy In honor of Margaret Thompson WELCA-St. Luke Lutheran Church In memory of Mildred B. Todd Ms. Martha Tieman In memory of Catherine (Kitty) Tomkovich Reverend Donald H. Moeser In memory of Margaret A. Tredinnick Mrs. Jean Nugent Mr. Robert Shawger Mr. and Mrs. John Shea


. . . Hospitality, Healing & Hope In memory of John & Margaret Treichler Dr. and Mrs. Henry Jansma In memory of Phil & Arlene Turco Ms. Virginia Testa In honor of The Uehlein's Mr. and Mrs. William Mathews In memory of Carl and Mina Uehling Reverend and Mrs. Carl T. Uehling In memory of Lois Van Arsdall Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Heal In honor of Ms. Ruth B. Walker's 90th Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Brill In memory of George Ward Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hager In memory of Jonathan Perry Wark Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brill In memory of Thomas C. Williams, Sr. Ms. Angelique Williams In memory of Reverend Robert E. Wiltenburg Reverend Donald H. Moeser In memory of Anna Louise Winterhalter Mr. and Mrs. Theodore F. Gleichmann Jr.

In memory of Rita Wister Mr. and Mrs. Neil Bress Mr. Edward L. Dodd Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Duffy Ms. Laura Lanzilotta Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. McNamara Mr. and Mrs. John Young In honor of Meredith and Stephen Wu Mrs. Susan W. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baser Ms. Anna Bihun Ms. Eva Bouzard Ms. Johanna Britsman Ms. Emma Cedrone Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chieppa Ms. Mary Connor Ms. Carol Damis Mrs. Betty J. Danielson Ms. Della Del Pollito Ms. Bernadette Farley Mrs. Grace Flanders Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foster Ms. Patricia Gleason Ms. Mabel B. Graepel Ms. Jane Griffith Mr. John Grover Ms. Celia Hait Ms. Doris Hentschel Mr. John Hooke Ms. Becky Jarvis Ms. Mabel Keating Ms. Helen Kelly

Ms. Ruth Klohs Ms. Ida Kneale Ms. Mary E. Koether Ms. Hilda Lichtenstein Mr. Kalman Lurinsky Ms. Grace Main Ms. Ann Mann Ms. Jean B. Marquardt Mr. Herb Morreall Mr. Thomas Mullane Mr. James Neighbours Mr. Theodore Nelson Mrs. Suzanne Price Ms. Mimi Reed Ms. Jean Rehill Mr. Dewey Smith Ms. May Smith Mr. and Mrs. John West Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wood Ms. Jo Yablonsky Ms. Connie Young Ms. Betty Zingali In memory of Josephine Yablonsky Ms. Grace A. Main In memory of Bertha Youngstrom Mr. and Mrs. George Lindquist Ms. Robin Marko Mr. and Mrs. James Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wislocki * Denotes Deceased † Denotes Matching Gifts

We offer our condolences to all the donors who have listed a loved one or friend and have chosen to honor their memory with a donation to Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey so that their legacy and what they loved will endure. We are also grateful to receive gifts that mark special occasions and recognize loved ones, co-workers and friends. The honoree is informed of the special tribute and the donor is thanked for his or her thoughtfulness. Your name is important to us! If your name has been omitted, misspelled or incorrectly listed, please accept our apology and bring the error to our attention so we may correct our records. Please call our Development Office at (609) 699-4115 to report errors or request an honor/memorial gift packet. To make a donation online, visit www.lsmnj.org and click on “Please Donate Now.” LSM/NJ Development Office – 6 Terri Lane, Suite 300, Burlington, New Jersey 08016

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Hospitality, Healing & Hope . . .

Board of Trustees

Senior Management

Foundation Board

JERRY NUGENT President & Chief Executive Officer

JERRY NUGENT President & Chief Executive Officer

JERRY NUGENT President & Chief Executive Officer

SUSAN W. ARNOLD Vice President, Fund Development/Marketing & Chief Development Officer

SUSAN W. ARNOLD Vice President, Fund Development/Marketing & Chief Development Officer

MARGARET “PEG” BUCCI Vice President, Housing & Community Services

FRANCIS J. KARDOS Vice President, Finance & Chief Financial Officer

REV. THOMAS DORSEY, ELCA REV. RAYMOND J. ELBERSON, ELCA Secretary THERESA OAKLEY GRAHAM, LC-MS Vice Chairperson PHILLIP HARRINGTON, ELCA

SHARON CZEBOTAR

WILLIAM MCCRACKEN, ELCA Chairman

PAUL CRANMER Executive Director, Lutheran Care at Moorestown

REVEREND LOUIS W. DUNKLE Chairman

EDWARD P. NOBLE, ELCA

CRAIG KARCZMER Executive Director, Crane’s Mill Continuing Care Retirement Community

REV. WILLIAM R. KLETTKE, LC-MS President, New Jersey District

JAMES O’NEIL, ELCA

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ANDREA BONDY

FRANCIS J. KARDOS Vice President, Finance & Chief Financial Officer

REV. RAYMOND J. ELBERSON NORMA ENGELHARDT PEGGY IUCOLINO

GENE PARTLOW, LC-MS

WILLIAM MCCRACKEN

REV. E. ROY RILEY JR., ELCA Bishop of New Jersey Synod

JANICE O'NEIL

DAVID W. SCHOENHERR, LC-MS

JUHAN RUNNE

DAVID WADDELL, LC-MS Treasurer

DAVID W. SCHOENHERR

ANGELIQUE WILLIAMS, ELCA

GEORGE WELKER

GARY ROSSI

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